By far the most beautiful square in Bordeaux, the Place de la Bourse’s beauty will blow your mind away with its astonishing fountain. Facing the Miroir d’Eau, it will also take you to some of the most praised places by the locals and visitors to go for dinner.
The Miroir d’Eau is a water mirror reflecting the Place de la Bourse and Bordeaux’s most photographed attraction. Locals and tourists like to walk through it in the summer.
This gothic-style steeple was built a few meters away from Saint André Cathedral, because architects were afraid that the cathedral’s structure could not support it. You will enjoy the panoramic view from the top of the belfry.
This flamboyant gothic church is located in Saint Michel, probably one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in town. Don’t hesitate to walk though the area, wander in the Saint Michel’s market or the Marché des Capucins.
The Pont de Pierre represents an essential part of the city because it connects the left bank of Bordeaux with the right bank side of the Garonne river and the La Bastide neighborhood. Walking across the bridge or looking at the tram smoothly going from one side to another is a pure moment of bliss.
Place de la Victoire is definitively of one of Bordeaux’s most public places. Built on a former fair, this square is a central spot of the city’s vibrant nightlife with a lot of bars and restaurants.
Imagine yourself taking a break in an enchanted garden in the middle of the day? Make this dream a reality by visiting Bordeaux’s Jardin Public, a mesmerizing green space right in the city centre.
Slightly apart from the city center, come to admire the ruins of the Palais Gallien; a former amphitheater under the Roman Empire era, when Bordeaux was called Burdigala.
You will love walking along the quais while doing some shopping. The Quai des Marques is a selection of refined brands where you can buy high-quality products and souvenirs during your stay in Bordeaux.
Bordeaux’s food epicenter, the Place du Parlement’s numerous excellent restaurants will delight foodies from all over the world.
If you would like to learn more about Bordeaux’s history, make sure to stop by the Musée d’Aquitaine – close to touristic attractions such as the Saint André Cathedral and the Palais Rohan.